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Stick to what you know...,
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This review is from: Prodigy Presents: Dirtchamber Sessions Vol.1 (Audio CD)
The problem is, I had already heard the fantastic "Brainfreeze" and "Product Placement" by DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist, not to mention a couple of DJ Yoda's "How to Cut & Paste" albums.
Those guys really know how to mix their records - Liam Howlett doesn't.
The scratching is nothing special and the blending (and choice) of tracks at times seems random. There are some good moments in the first two CD tracks, but that's largely due to the songs themselves and little to do with the mixing. The rest of the album is very mediocre.
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Initial post: 9 Dec 2009 10:31:16 GMT
I have to agree with you. I was sorely dissappointed with this album. Sounds like a dog's dinner to me. Ah well, you win some, you lose some...
Posted on 13 Apr 2013 22:38:30 BDT
Mr. S. Taylor says:
I love the Dirtchamber Sessions. I came across your comment & decide to check out Dj Shadows' Product PLacement & DJ Yodas Cut & Paste Albums. Both are utter garbage. I mean Sampling The Grouch from Sesames Street. Absolute drivel that should be banned.
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